After a police officer at the Peel district claimed to be guilty of an assault on Pittsburgh, other policemen were able to keep it under control.
Const. Ryan Andrews – Peel, deputy chief of police, son of Marc Andrews, has been in power for five years, and the 12th Division Neighborhood Policing Unit works in Mississauga.
He must pay five days after paying him, under the Law of Police Services, in the presence of the unlawful conduct. Colleen Fawcett.
The decision was made on the 19th of 19th at the Mississauga police station.
Hearing heard Andrews and a group of friends in Pittsburgh, on December 9, in the afternoon of 2017, when a friend left a nightclub and struggled with another man.
"The interviews consisted of Andrews (man) twice, and a physical altercation between three men was made," said Fawcett.
The man tried to pierce Andrews, but Andrews turned and turned his head to the ground.
"Const. Andrews mounted on the ground (man) and put it on the other side of his face and mind," according to the concurrence of the events.
The Pittsburgh police immediately responded to the attack, while Andrews tried to separate it from the battle. But Andrews did not stop him, an official valued, he said.
This, too, did not stop Andrews and the officer had to use Andrews to get rid of him, and that's why "additional officers needed help in obtaining a constitution control, Andrews said," Fawcett wrote.
Andrews, who is Brampton, is arrested and charged for the attack and is detained and transported to the County Jail.
Ten days later, Andrews appealed to Court Judge Jeffrey A. Manning, a judge in the Magisterial District court and to the devious conduct and persecution.
Fawcett told Andrews that he asked his family, police and police to apologize.
Ryan Andrews has three commissions on the board and was the recipient of the 2011 Matt Parr drivers driver, Pierre Bernard, on behalf of the Peel Regional Police Association, representing Andrews.
"In general, comments (their managers) describe the history of employment as an excellent example of wrongdoing," said Bernard. "Const. Andrews assumes full responsibility for his actions, he has shown remorse and is embarrassed."
Fawcett said police officers have a more ethical and moral character.
"… Such behavior is seen seriously and will not be accepted," he said. "The public expects a high ethical standard of conduct of police officers, and they will act appropriately and professionally, always in personal or professional life. Those who choose to reduce public expectations and reduce expectations of public confidence undermine trust and officials must be careful".
Peel Staff Sgt. Valerie Graham said Ryan Andrews has taken responsibility for his actions and has been disciplined.
"The Peel Regional Police shows a criminal offense against the police as a serious case and this is no different," he said. "Our staff has a higher standard and we want to be a community model, both at home and abroad."
Ryan Andrews's father, Peel, Deputy Deputy Director, Marc Andrews, is the front of Peel police chief, according to police. During the recruitment process, a few months later, Deputy Director Chris McCord will be the head of the Jennifer Evans chief in January.
Marc Andrews did not answer for a hearing on his son's hearing.